POLICE: Secure your homes these school holidays

WITH  plenty of visitors to the Fraser Coast for the school holidays police are reminding residents and holiday-makers to lock it or lose it.    Police are urging residents to remain vigilant when it comes to reporting suspicious behaviour in light of recent wilful damage offences.

Between 9.30pm on September 14 and 7am on September 15, unknown offenders have smashed a rear window of a vehicle which was locked and secured at a home in Trisha Ct, Scarness.

The vehicle damaged is a white 2015 Nissan Navara.

At 9pm on September 14 a man was seen kicking at the front fence and gates of a home in Percy St, Maryborough.

The offender shouted offensive remarks and threats, and damaged the fence before leaving the property.

Between 12.30pm on September 11 and 6.15pm on September 15, unknown persons have climbed up on the side of a house in Macadam St, Maryborough, near a carport and made four dents.

If you have any information regarding a crime you can report this information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and remain anonymous.



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